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Manafort to share notes from Russian meeting with Senate probe

Manafort spokesman Jason Maloni says Manafort "answered their questions fully". Kushner is slated to have a closed-door meeting with lawmakers on the House Intelligence Committee on Tuesday. Republican congressman Mike Conaway of Texas, leading the panel's Russian Federation probe, said he found Mr Kushner to be "straightforward, forthcoming, wanted to answer every question we had".


Ukrainian Government did not help any candidates in United States election - embassy

Ukrainian Government did not help any candidates in United States election - embassy

Appointing a new attorney general would enable the Trump administration to remove Mueller. In a pair of early morning tweets, Trump also said U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions had "taken a very weak position" toward the Democratic presidential nominee and cited "Ukrainian efforts to sabotage Trump campaign - quietly working to boost Clinton'".


US Supreme Court clears way for OH execution

US Supreme Court clears way for OH execution

Forty-three-year-old Ronald Phillips is scheduled to die Wednesday at the Southern Ohio Correctional Facility in Lucasville. After a three and a half year halt to inmate executions, OH is poised to begin state-sanctioned killings again as early as Wednesday.


Lhota's big plan to fix the subway

Lhota's big plan to fix the subway

The subway seems to be falling apart this summer , due to years of limited investment in maintaining the subway and exponential growth in ridership. He wasn't almost as chatty, however, when a Daily News reporter asked about a former Department of Citywide Administrative Services Deputy Commissioner's claim that he was sacked because he objected to the favorable treatment the administration gave to a campaign contributor who happened to owe the city almost $750,000 in back rent.


Israel removes Al-Aqsa metal detectors, Palestinians reject new measures

Israel removes Al-Aqsa metal detectors, Palestinians reject new measures

The latest development could put Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a tough spot, as he tries to tamp out a wave of unrest that has triggered global pressure while not appearing to his hard-line base as capitulating. "If Israel wants security coordination to be resumed they have to withdraw those measures", Abbas said in a speech on Sunday, referring to the metal detectors.